Have our stories about who we are reached their use by date?

‘I think culture is the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves,’ said Australian of the Year 2016 General David Morrison recently at a fund raising event for The Dangerous Dance, our upcoming feature length documentary about the causes of domestic violence. Watch the teaser for the documentary, which includes some of the highlights of that event, below… ’The stories we … Read More

Dinner And Domestic Violence – The Dangerous Dance’s Gala Fundraiser

The setting was spectacular, the conversation was not the usual small talk over dinner. At the fabulous Doltone House on Jones Bay Wharf in Sydney a cross section of Australian culture came together to talk about what can be done to address domestic abuse and family violence, and to support The Dangerous Dance feature length documentary to raise the funds … Read More

An Evening Of High Level Conversation About Solutions To Domestic Violence

On 10th August, at Doltone House, James Bay Wharf, Pyrmont, Sydney; The Dangerous Dance Documentary is holding a fundraising Gala Dinner with an array of fascinating and informed speakers bringing together a host of corporate, media and private individuals discussing domestic violence. There will be examination of how to create awareness and cultural change around this complex issue, and all … Read More

Leadership Expert Leads The Way To End Violence

The Dangerous Dance documentary has received sponsorship and support from many SMEs and Corporates, all of whom are taking action to see an end to domestic violence in Australia. Avril Henry is a world class leadership expert and, as a particularly eloquent leader of leaders, explains why her company AHAA (Avril Henry And Associates) decided to back The Dangerous Dance … Read More

Help Stop ‘The Dangerous Dance’ – Join Our Efforts To Make Domestic And Family Violence A Thing Of The Past In Australia

filmstretch is hosting a gala dinner to raise funds to produce feature documentary ‘The Dangerous Dance.’ It’s about domestic abuse and violence, focusing on causes, early warning signs, and the changes necessary for meaningful reduction of this destructive behaviour. We, and a host of high profile supporters interested in seeing change, believe this film is a ‘must be made’ documentary. … Read More